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  • Education advancement responsibility for all - MP Kgathi

    Member of Parliament for Bobonong Mr Shaw Kgathi has implored parents to be on board...

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  • Masisi trips success

    President Masisi (left) and first lady Neo Masisi arriving at Sir Seretse Khama International Airport from the May 19. Mr Masisi said the regional trips have been successful as they have cemented bilateral ties. Photo: Godfrey Mpuse
    President Mokgweetsi Masisi says his recent trips to other Southern African Development Community (SADC) countries...

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  • Vice President visits Satau, Parakarungu

    Vice President, Mr Tsogwane(left) with Satau and Parakarugu leadership after touring the areas that were affected by floods as a result of the back flow of the Chobe River on May 18. He assured the residents of the two villages that government together with disaster committees would continue to monitor flood situation in their villages and that they would try and come up with a permanent solution to the problem. Photo: Keamogetse Letsholo
    Vice President, Mr Slumber Tsogwane has assured residents of Satau and Parakarungu in the Chobe...

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  • Behind the name eSwatini

    King Mswati III (left) meeting chairperson of Ntlo ya Dikgosi, Kgosi Puso (right) during President Masisi\'s working visit to the Kingdom of eSwatini. King Mswati III informed the President that they reverted to using the name The Kingdom of eSwatini from Swaziland, since it was the original name. Looking on are Minister of International Affairs and Cooperation, Mr Vincent Seretse (second left) and Minister of Environment, Natural Resources, Conservation and Tourism, Mr Tshekedi Khama. Photo: Yobe Shonga
    King Mswati III has informed President Mokgweetsi Masisi about reverting to the original name eSwatini...

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  • Government to prioritise rural development

    Vice President, Mr Slumber Tsogwane has informed residents of Khumaga that government intended to put...

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  • Masisi meets India, Angola envoys

    Ms Manuel De Morais (right) inspecting the quarter guard before she presented letters of credence to President Masisi at the Office of the President in Gaborone yesterday. Ambassador Manuel De Marais said the two countries’ bilateral relations are excellent. She was accompanied by acting chief of protocol, Ms Chanda Nteta. Photo: Thompson Keobaletswe
    Ambassador designate of Angola, Ms Beatriz Antonia Manuel De Morais and High Commissioner designate of...

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  • Masisi leaves for eSwatini

    President Mokgweetsi Masisi will today leave for Mbabane, eSwatini to meet his counterpart, King Mswati...

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  • VP Tsogwane opens FNB premium in Orapa

    Mr Tsogwane (left),Orapa,Letlahakane and Damtshaa mines general manager, Mr Bakani Motlhabani (centre) and chief executive officer of FNB Botswana,Mr Steven Bogatsu (right) officially opening the premium suite branch in Orapa on Tuesday. Mr Bogatsu said the premium suite would cater for premium and private clients who bank with FNB in Orapa. Mr Tsogwane applauded the bank for being innovative and convenient for the benefit of their clients. Photo:Thupiso Bakoko
    Vice President Mr Slumber Tsogwane said providing the community of Orapa with broadened e-solutions illustrates...

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  • Masisi walks about Francistown West Constituency

    President Masisi (left) meeting children during his walkabout at Moselewapula Ward in Gerald Estate on Tuesday. He implored parents to support their children’s education even though they were facing financial challenges and to teach them good conduct and discipline. Photo: Gaseitsiwe Moruakgomo
    The leader of Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) President Mokgweetsi Masisi undertook a walkabout along the...

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  • Minister aims to lift learners spirit

    World Group of Companies has donated school uniform worth P58 000 to Paje Primary School. Handing...

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